SLO development plan would force out BlackHorse coffee shop

The latest of a barrage of mixed-used development proposals in San Luis Obispo would force a popular coffee shop out of one its locations.

Faced with getting ousted from a lot at 790 E. Foothill Boulevard, the owner of BlackHorse Espresso & Bakery is lobbying the city against approving a housing and commercial development at the location. Read More …

Pemberton brothers abort downtown SLO bowling alley amid new court battle

Faced with fresh allegations of hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid bills, a pair of controversial developers dropped their plans to build a bowling alley and entertainment venue in downtown San Luis Obispo. The brothers say, though, they plan to move forward with the project at a different site in the city. Read More …

$26 million conference center could be coming to Paso Robles

An approximately $26 million conference center could be coming soon to the grounds of the California Mid-State Fair.

The city of Paso Robles, the Paso Robles Event Center and Travel Paso, the city’s tourism marketing organization, are exploring the possibility of building a full-scale conference center, which would be the first of its kind in San Luis Obispo County. Read More …